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Plus, Davey Wavey learns "what lesbians think about penises."

With more than 72 hours of footage uploaded every minute, it's physically impossible to keep track of the content on YouTube. But in YouTube Guide, the Daily Dot will curate its five favorite finds for each workday.

1) Walk Off The Earth, "Red Hands (Big Guitar Version)"

Over a year after the group covered "Somebody That I Used to Know" on a single guitar, Walk Off The Earth brings out a giant guitar from a pawn shop tocover one of their own songs.

2) MinuteEarth, "The Story of Our Planet"

The newest channel from MinutePhysics's Henry Reich aims to examine different trends in the earth's environment. Here, he looks at how much time it took for agriculture, hula hoops, SARS, and his video to travel around the earth.

3) Davey Wavey, "What Lesbians Think About Penises."

Now that we know what gay men think about vaginas, Davey Wavey turned the tables and asked a number of lesbians about the penis. Some have penis-envy (and one of the participants says she isn't a lesbian), but they admire how simple it is: You always know what it's thinking.

4) Dude Perfect, "Wide Receiver Edition"

Dude Perfect recruited Texas A&M's all-time leading receiver Ryan Swope to assist in their display of accuracy and precision in an indoor field,  with an egg drop from a multi-level parking garage.

5) LocalEmpireTV, "PHONE GIRL"

After a drunken night, the first thing you may look for the next morning (and fail to find) is your phone. One girl has particular bad luck finding hers and has plenty of possibilities as to where it went. But it's always the last place you'd think to look.

Photo via Walk Off The Earth/YouTube

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